A phantom car is a haunted vechicle told in ghost stories and urban stories. Since the invention of the automobile, such tales exist across the planet. Often say the phantom car appears out of no where only to later vanish from sight. Witnesses report the driver is either a rotten corpse, skeleton or no one at all at the wheel. In the USA, Britain and Russia, stories exist of a black car that follows, chases or attempts to run down people. Among conspiracies theories and ufologist, black cars are mentioned in encounters with the men in black.
Sarah Winchester was a woman of independence, drive, and courage who lives on in legend as a grieving widow who continuously built onto her home with multiple rooms to appease the spirits of those killed by the Winchester rifle manufactured by her husband’s firearms company. The following YouTube video, produced by Crypticc, goes into more detail about the Winchester mystery home.
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YouTube Channel: Crypticc
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I recall within my first year of paranormal investigation, me and a couple of friends searched through this old abandon church for evidence of ghosts. Many years, we all heard the stories surrounding the building from ghosts to seal away demons. In the hours spent combing through the structure yielded nothing for clues of the paranormal, yet provided a valuable lesson of obtaining permission before conducting any investigation, as that evening ended with a fine for trespassing. This memory resurfaced only after watching this YouTube video about haunted churches.
What makes a haunted house more frightening is the tale of events to occur within the building’s past resulting in ghost to now occupying it. Here is a YouTube I found involving haunted places on earth along with their backstories. Hope you enjoy it.
The Bell Witch legend goes way back to the early 1800s when John Bell bought a property in the then called Red River, Tennessee and moved his family from North Carolina. The name of the town has since changed to Adams, Tennessee. John Bell acquired more land and he had a total acreage of 328 acres. He had six children in total, three born in North Carolina and three in Tennessee namely, Betsy, Richard and Joel. He began farming on his land and one day while he was out in the fields, he encountered a strange looking animal in the middle of the crops. He did the only natural thing he could do. He shot at it and missed, but it disappeared. However, later that night at the dinner table, the family began hearing strange noises and knocks on the walls of the family’s log house.